Could your social enterprise benefit from a fully funded extra pair of hands?

UPDATE 01/11/17:

Last call for Expressions of interest which must be submitted by Sunday 5th November 2017.

The University of Birmingham is looking for social enterprises to take part in its Enterprising Internships programme.

The University of Birmingham is working with Santander to offer social enterprises in the West Midlands the chance to benefit from the support of a talented student in the summer of 2018.

If you have a short term project or piece of research that you would like to complete but struggle to find the time or capacity for, then an Enterprising Internship could be the answer.

The student will be paid directly by the University via Santander and projects will last one month (20 days). Projects can take place from June 2018 onwards.

Prior to starting their internship, all students will be invited to attend training aimed at helping them understand how to be enterprising, how to make the best impact on your business and develop their enterprising skills.

You must have a base (non-residential) which the student can work from.

For more information, to register your interest or to discuss potential projects, send mail to Helen Hobson, Internship Officer. Please note: Expressions of Interest must be submitted by Sunday 5th November 2017.

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Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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